Press Release

Clearlight Glass and Mirror and To Participate in Ideal Dream House

House Will Be Donated To Victory Junction Camp After Show

KERNERSVILLE, NC – March 25, 2010 – Local custom fabricator Clearlight Glass and Mirror, Inc. joins forces with more than 20 top quality vendors at this year’s Southern Ideal Home Show in Greensboro, NC to build a house on the Greensboro Coliseum floor during the three days leading up to the event. 

Participating companies were handpicked because of the leading edge styling, high quality, and low maintenance of their products that will last for years.

Clearlight will provide many custom components for the house including a special 2-way mirror for the bathroom that permits viewing of the hidden TV through the mirror, a custom, true frameless heavy glass shower, and specialty glass inserts plus heavy glass shelves for the kitchen cabinets.

“We also will be crafting a custom designed memorial plaque made of etched glass that will serve as an on-going reminder for this unique project” said Bob Johnson, President of Clearlight Glass and Mirror.  The group chose to donate the home to Victory Junction camp in memory of Jason Malave, the son of Len Malave of Granite and Marble by Malave whose son passed away two years ago.  


Pattie Petty is the chairman and co-founder of Victory Junction Camp.  Petty, along with her husband Kyle, established the camp for children with chronic medical conditions or serious illness in 2004.  “We are so grateful that Victory Junction was selected as the recipient of such a generous and much needed gift.”, said PettyThe house will be the on-site home of camp facilities director Tracy Hedrick.
 

WFMY News 2 will sponsor the house as a “Hero Central” project.  Hero Central is WFMY’s initiative that recognizes heroes throughout the Triad viewing area.  “The builders of this house are true heroes.  They are donating their products and services, as well as their time and talents, for the benefit of Victory Junction Camp,” said Deborah Hooper, President and General Manager of WFMY News 2.

Johnson remarked “Clearlight is proud and honored to be part of this project for such a good cause”.

Clearlight Glass and Mirror, located in Kernersville, NC was founded in 1994 as a custom glass and mirror fabricator.  Clearlight produces a wide variety of quality products made to order for customers throughout the Piedmont Triad, NC, VA, and SC.  For more information, visit their web site at www.clearlightglass.com or contact them at (336) 993-7300.